Creating or reading QR codes, you can use web services, but it has the disadvantage that it requires internet. With QR Code for Windows 10, all functions are performed without the need of a network.
QR Code for Windows 10 is compatible with Windows 10 and above, 61 MB in size. You enter this or follow the link below > click Get to install.
1. Generate QR code:
On the main interface, you press Generate QR Code to perform QR code generation.
The free version, the application allows to generate QR codes of the following contents:
– Text: Generate QR codes for textual content.
– URL: Generate a QR code for content that is a URL.
– WIFI: Generate a QR code for what is a WiFi login.
– Phone: Generate QR code for content that is phone number information.
– Messages: Generate a QR code for content that is a message.
– Email: Generate a QR code for email content.
– VCard: Generate a QR code for content that is a business card.
During the creation process, you can change the margin, size, color, etc. for the QR code image file by clicking Margin, Resolution and more. Finally, press Generate QR Code to generate a QR code.
Once the QR code is generated, you will see some other functions:
– Add Logo: Click to insert the logo (image) into the QR code.
– Copy QR: Copy this QR code to clipboard.
– Share: share this QR code.
– Save: Save this QR code.
– Save As: Save this QR code with an optional save location and name.
QR Code for Windows 10 also supports creating QR codes for calendars and WhatsApp, but it is only for paid users.
2. Read QR code:
QR Code for Windows 10 supports many ways to read QR codes. On the main interface, you choose one of the ways to read the QR code content that the application supports.
– Scan QR Code: Read the QR code through the camera.
– Read QR Code from File: Allows reading QR codes from image files on the device, you click Select image to select the file.
The content of the QR code will appear immediately, you can copy, share, open the content or install the settings.
– Read QR from Screen: Allows reading QR codes to be opened on the screen, this way you can view content without downloading the QR code, like when shared, for example.
- Press Screenshots > select the window screen containing the QR code > press OK.
- Then press Decode QR let’s see.
Note: All QR codes you generate and read are kept in the app, you press Your QR History let’s see.
The app also has versions for iOS and Android, which you can install by following the link below.